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Hi just rebuilt a 2.8 turbo hilux , now it keeps overheating, it never did before, had radiator checked, all is well, took out thermostat, didnt help, i can do round town drives and its fine but on the highway or going up hills when the turbo is boosting it starts to overheat.had radiator co2 tested to check for cracked head that was fine too... any ideas

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Replace thermostat with a new one.........I have had faulty ones befor.Hope this helps you out.

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